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and their makers and find out which company has the upper hand and ceo doug oberhelman, its eight a big morning you can't afford to miss. >>> tech earnings take center stage, a quick look at the futures setting up the week the dow would open up 20 points higher, nasdaq as well as the s&p 500, including a down day on friday but ended up relatively flat for the week. here are your morning headlines. the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in the u.s. fell more than eight cents in the past two weeks, average price $3.75 per gallon. the news is welcomed after a month-long period when gas prices averaged around $3.83 per gallon, the highest prices for gasoline was october 19th survey in san francisco by the way at $4.50 a gallon. japan's exports tumbled by 10.3% in the year to september, that's the sharpest decline since the aftermath of last year's earthquake. meantime, bank of japan is cutting its outlook for local regional economies due to a fight with china and weak global demand. bp has yet to reach an agreement on the sale of the 50% stake in russian venture tnk. they are preparing to a
? your ford dealer. >>> earnings alert. we'll dig through the goldman sachs report with doug sipka. >> and "squawk" is going back to school. >> who's with me? come on! >> we'll continue our endowment series with the chief investment officer of northwestern university's endowment fund. plus breaking economic data. the latest read on inflation, consumer price index numbers due out at 8:30 eastern time. the third hour of "squawk box" begins right now. ♪ >>> welcome back to "squawk box." i'm joe kernen along with becky quick. stop whistling. >> i'm not whistling. it wasn't me until you said it. >> guest is david walker, founder and ceo of the comeback america initiative. david handing out money today, passing it out. we usually don't, guests do not have to pay to come on. lot of people accuse us of that. something is wrong with that picture. that's andrew jackson on a $10 billion. it's not a $10, it's $10 million. it's what our entitlement, unfunded liabilities are growing at $10 million a minute. >> total liabilities and unfunded promise grow by $10 million a minute, $100 billion a
details. >> thanks, andrew. doug bronstein, cfo for two years, he came in 2010 is stepping down from the cfo role. he will stay with the bank, one action is to go to investment banking role. previously he had run their investment barvnking practice. lot of people think of him as an m&a guy. he's the latest to be associated with the wales situation. last week we learned about the retirement of barry zubrow, he had gone to a more senior role in recent years, another who had oversight and living and the cio, ina drew, resigned in the immediate aftermath of the $5.8 billion loss. you see a situation where jamie dimon has survived, been apologetic, up front "it was the dumbest thing i was ever associated with" et cetera, et cetera and gently having these people resign or move into different roles. it's almost, and tell me if you agree, a goldman sachs style way of dealing with things. obviously if someone has a huge blunder on their exact job they gotta go. other than that it's a slow and gradual and very civil kind of peeling off. >> he's not throwing people off the plank immediately. i
're turning to home depot. on the "squawk" newsline is the hurricane command center captain. doug, with he appreciate you coming on the line with us this morning. tell us about the weekend going into this in terms of your plans and what your expectation is on the other side of the storm. >> absolutely. we've been in planning mode since early last week. command center opened on friday and then the team was here throughout the weekend. >> what does that mean exactly? >> a multifaceted storm. huge in size as you have been reporting. so we're covering everything angle of the storm. >> what does that mean exactly? terms of product that you're getting out to stores, people that you're going to have on hand. >> two distinct phases. pre-storm. it's the plywood they need to board up with. flashlights, batteries, water, all of the things you typically want in advance of the storm. we've been planning all of the post needs. cleanup, roofing supplies, tarps, generators, more batteries, more flashlights. those things are all in preparation as well. >> i don't know if this will sound like an indelicate
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